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Spaghetti Code is Messing with Our Economy!

In Compact for America's latest policy brief, Dr. Adrian Moore, VP of Policy, at Reason Foundation reports:

"If the U.S. had frozen regulations in 1980, the overall U.S. economy would be 25% larger than it is now, meaning $4 trillion per year more wealth or about $13,000 per year for every man, woman and child in the country."

For more evidence of how the spaghetti code of regulation messes with our economy, read Dr. Moore's Policy Brief here.

You'll see why it is long past time to hit the reset button on the regulatory state - starting with local communities that want to.

That's exactly what the Compact is designed to do.

Here's how Dr. Moore explains it:

"The model laid out for prosperity districts incorporates the best practices available in minimizing regulatory impacts, ensuring their effectiveness, and avoiding the pitfalls of the traditional regulatory apparatus in the rest of the United States."

Read Dr. Moore's policy brief to see how the state-of-the-art in regulatory policy can be deployed to your community.

And don't forget to RSVP for the Final Fact Finding hearing on the Prosperity States Compact with Trump Economic Advisor and Compact for America National Spokesman Steve Moore on December 14 at 10:00 a.m. in Senate hearing room 1, Arizona State Capitol, Phoenix, AZ.


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